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element geochemistry After excluding weathered and altered samples, twenty Samples with no or minimum signs of alteration were selected for chemical analysis from various types of rock units. The selected samples were crushed and powdered by mild steel, and sent to kansaran Binaloud Company (Tehran, Iran) to analyze major oxides by XRF spectrometry. As well, these samples were sent to Acme laboratories (Vancouver, Canada) for trace element analysis by ICP mass spectrometry (Acme labs code 4B03 Research ICP/MS) that is carried out with lithium metaborate

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